One of the nation’s top jazz ensembles will serenade the NCCU Eagles at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2023, at the NCCU Student Center, 500 Nelson St.
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Event celebrates jazz excellence, raises scholarship funds for jazz studies students and honors the late Grady Tate, an NCCU alumnus and soul-jazz drummer.
Events will include jazz combos concerts, clinics and lectures with Grammy-nominated saxophonist Antonio Hart and the We UP Re UP Trio.
The NCCU Jazz Ensemble recently won first place and five individual awards at the prestigious Jack Rudin Jazz Championship held in New York City.
NCCU is launching a new, online Master of Music program in Jazz Studies in the summer of 2023. It will be the first HBCU in the state with this program and one of only a few in the country.
Famed jazz drummer Greg Hutchinson will perform alongside NCCU percussion professor Thomas E. Taylor at the university’s annual benefit concert on Sunday, Aug. 28.
The North Carolina Central University (NCCU) Teaching Artist Certificate Program has received a statewide initiative grant from the North Carolina Arts Council.
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NCCU Department of Music student Jawan Davidson was awarded a $10,000 scholarship by the Recording Academy’s Black Music Collective and Amazon Music’s Your Future Is Now initiative.